“We’re excited to be launching Battlefield 2042 and to finally have you join us on the Battlefield!” said DICE community manager Kevin Johnson.
“Our teams have worked extremely hard to get Battlefield 2042 into as smooth and rewarding a state as possible, however no launch is ever without its flaws, and you might still encounter some bugs and issues during these first few weeks.
“While we will be working throughout to ensure that we continue to resolve the issues that you report to us, we have formed a list of Known Issues and in some cases, we’ll have workarounds listed for you.”
At the time of publication, there are over 30 issues targeted for fixes in future Battlefield 2042 updates.
They include instances of rubberbanding, spawn issues, problems causing players to become stuck within world geometry, and “rare instances that can cause severe flickering of our lighting systems, which has the potential to trigger those with photosensitive conditions”.
Players who encounter issues that aren’t on DICE’s list are advised to report them here.
Battlefield 2042 has also launched without support for in-game voice chat and it’s currently unclear when the feature will be added to the title.
DICE recently confirmed that Battlefield 2042 Season 1 won’t launch until 2022. Before then, it’s planning to offer weekly missions and rewards, plus limited time modes.